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LiberalLee
Yes I am a witch. Deal with it.
01:05 AM on 12/20/2011
So all the things we tried to warn Bush would happen if he invaded are coming true.
And there are STILL people out there that think the whole thing was a grand idea.
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Yank in France
Egalité Fraternité Fiscalité ! - Les Inconnus
09:56 AM on 12/20/2011
Yes, truth is sometimes stranger than fiction!
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LiberalLee
Yes I am a witch. Deal with it.
11:27 AM on 12/20/2011
Sorry about that.
We try to keep our mental defectives out of the public eye, but they're very good at escaping, running about shouting nonsense and generally embarrassing the rest of us.
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irv
09:58 PM on 12/19/2011
this "country" will never come together. it was a french-british fiction to begin with. i predict civil strife within 6 months.
09:24 PM on 12/19/2011
In the immortal words of Scooby-Do "Ruuh - Rooh..."
shylove2
warfare state is pathological
08:56 PM on 12/19/2011
Probably meant as a message of some kind... incidentally Saddam was probably docterd up by pr makeup artist before he was presented to the world's view and like the staged evnet... and bin laden we really don't know what happened to him at all if anyhthing, he might have just been retired to a new identity. Wars are so much fun nothing has to be true at all and it's alright... probablyu honest Abe was an expert at it and we all know George Washington not telling lie was a lie. The Native Americans figured that out long long ago...about the Great White Lying Fathers in Washington...
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AlfredE69
Liberty Lovin' Tree Hugger
08:11 PM on 12/19/2011
Time to re-invade!
08:10 PM on 12/19/2011
Yes, and now the fun starts....
07:15 PM on 12/19/2011
The evidence against a hit squad being run by Al-Hashemi is considerale. The arrest warrant against him is not ordered or initiated by Maliki, but by a committee of judges who have complete independence. They would arrest Maliki himself if they had a ground to arrest him. Al-Hashemi is supported by the Saudis. Ayad Allawi, the leader of the Iraqiya group is another thug. This democracy working in Iraq, and should be supported.
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The Mikester
progress is not an option
08:08 PM on 12/19/2011
I and millions of others hope you are right.
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Yank in France
Egalité Fraternité Fiscalité ! - Les Inconnus
10:00 AM on 12/20/2011
Do you understand what you just read and agreed to?!!
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Yank in France
Egalité Fraternité Fiscalité ! - Les Inconnus
09:59 AM on 12/20/2011
So you are a Shiite extremist. I have always wondered about your ideological views. Sometimes we agree and other times not, but Ayad Allawi is not a thug, but a man who was almost killed under Saddam's regime and anything but a supporter of Sunni terrorism. 

Allawi is a Shiite but a progressive and moderate one, unlike yourself. Sad!!
07:39 PM on 12/20/2011
Alawi used to belong to Saddam's Baath party. When Alawi was Prime Minister he was rumored to have ki.lled a person with his hand while in custody. The individual was a Sunni extremist. Of course it was denied, but the fact that 8 people were ki.lled in prison under custody in that day is a fact.

Two of Al-Hashemi's personal body guards have accused him of ordering and paying for killing of officials in the government. The killing is not disputed, the people who committed them aren't in dispute. The money the guards received is not in dispute. There is considerable evidence he was the one who was behind it all. Last but not least the some of the officials were sunnis who weren't part of Iraqiya group.

I was against Iraq war, that doesn't make me Baathist. I was against Gaddafi but not the indiscriminate bombing of Libya and his ly.nching. I am against the Egyptian junta, but don't advocate any of them being ly.nched, rather given good compensation and put on their way to Dubai, Qatar or Saudi Arabis.

Read up www.antiwar.com, if I have an ideology I am much closer to that, than anything else.

And I still think Sarkozy is a tyrant.
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jessdog
Occupiers Are Not Victims.
07:03 PM on 12/19/2011
I seen this coming 8 years ago! Looks like civil war is coming
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MikeDu
Both salubrious and lugubrious concurrently.
06:45 PM on 12/19/2011
I wouldn't be surprised to hear they re-nationalize their oil fields then make a foreign policy overture aimed at ostentatiously poking a stick in Uncle Sam's eye. Imagine signing a mutual defense pact with Iran! But more likely, they'll just do their best to forget the USA even exists.
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MarcEdward
likes all cats more than most people
07:58 PM on 12/19/2011
Slightly off topic, but I've seen posts in other threads about people being angry the Iraqis aren't grateful to the USA.
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Mr Anonymous
I used to be Mr Anonymous, but then the NSA.....
09:16 PM on 12/19/2011
Hey with what could be up to 400,000 civilian casualties, what's not to love?
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MarcEdward
likes all cats more than most people
06:24 PM on 12/19/2011
Every death is on the hands of people who supported Bush, but let's not forget the totally unhelpful hand the Saudis played as well. The Sunnis cannot stand the idea of Shia ruling themselves.
cotuit
supporting those that won't support themselves
07:27 PM on 12/19/2011
Was that a Cub Scout uniform Hussain was wearing?
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streetmagik
You can't fight in here this is the war room!!
06:19 PM on 12/19/2011
that didn't take long, all we did was say we were withdrawing the and Shia make their move - let the civil war begin.

I would need to see more evidence then 'confessions' to be convinced that the sunni VP was involved in terrorism - 'confessions' being what they are in that port of the world.
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Ali1812
one misconception at a time
07:31 PM on 12/19/2011
i guess more evidence would be a good thing but i wouldnt be surprised being that corruption in gov. is widespread in the arab world i mean look at the revolutions all around the ME the only reason iraqis couldnt revolt was because of our presence there
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MarcEdward
likes all cats more than most people
07:57 PM on 12/19/2011
Shia "make their move"? 
What does that mean? They are the majority. The Sunnis have been causing trouble for years and years.
11:18 PM on 12/19/2011
The troublemaking Sunnis were a prime ingredient in Petraeus' heralded 'surge' a few years back.
They're just 'trouble' now, of course.
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The Mikester
progress is not an option
06:17 PM on 12/19/2011
WOW!!!! 24 hours after the last US troops leave the killing starts again.

The Shiite majority will once again turn on their old overlords; the Sunnis, and it will be ugly. If they can't handle the Sunnis they can always ask Uncle Iran to help them and after the Sunnis there are so many others to "correct".
08:20 PM on 12/19/2011
There was plenty of killing going on even when the U.S. troops were there.

Or did you somehow miss that?
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Salfana
Concerned citizen
09:00 PM on 12/19/2011
You are right, this has been going on for many months. I follow Iraq every day, I support your argument.
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geneandeddie59
Internationally unknown
05:34 PM on 12/19/2011
Looks like both sides will be armed to the teeth with all the military hardware we left in Iraq.... I can see the smiles on the Iranian clerics faces all the way from here!
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Daniel Paulitska
05:08 PM on 12/19/2011
they should arrest every one of the politicians in iraq and let their own people vote to get politicians of their choice put in office. it is time to get rid of the G W Bush puppets
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08:00 PM on 12/19/2011
We haven't gotten rid of the W Puppets here yet, either. Same solution? It might be a good start.